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Rab agrees Chairboys stay

02 November 2007 03:46
Wycombe Wanderers have signed the veteran Leicester City shot-stopper Rab Douglas until the end of the season. Chairboys boss Paul Lambert, who played numerous times with Douglas on international duty for Scotland, has moved to ease the goalkeeping crisis which had hit the club. Both of Wycombe's first-choice keepers, Scott Shearer and Jamie Young, have been ruled out with long-term injuries. Therefore, Lambert has been dependant on youngster Frank Fielding, loaned in from Blackburn, who has actually played the last six games for the club. Fellow keeper Przemyslaw Kazimierczak, loaned in from Bolton, has now returned to the Reebok Stadium due to the addition of Douglas to the squad. Douglas will be looking to go straight into the squad for Saturday's home clash with Milton Keynes Dons who are flying high at the top of League Two.

Source: ESA